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PHILOSOPHY OF MAN
LEVEL 1,1ST Semester
PHILOSOPHY:
The Bicol College adopts an electric philosophy of education that is geared towards the full
development of man in all aspects of human living for socio-economic transformation of the Bicol
Region in particular and the Philippines in general, through the achievement of quality education, with
emphasis on academic excellence and professional leadership and management of the human and
natural resources. This is holistic approach in improving the qualities as initiatives, fidelity, dedication
and civic responsiility are recogni!ed.
VISION:
Bicol College is envisioned as a Beacon of light, wisdom and truth that aide the youths in
achieving academic excellence, vocational efficiency and professional leadership in the development of
the intellectual, moral, spiritual, social. Physical and creative aspect, unity, prosperity that is ased on
"ustice, freedom and humane approach to development and progress.
MISSION:
The ultimate mission of the Bicol College is to uild and excel for the future and to serve
#umanity.
Bicol Collee, Collee o! N"rsi#
P$iloso%$&
The College of $ursing upholds a philosophy of education pragmatically ensconced on a
edroc% of academic excellence, ethical and moral values and assiduous professional training and is
directed to the full and comprehensive development of the students& potentials towards nursing and
health care necessary to their avowed commitment as competent and s%illed healing and care
practitioners in the gloal society.
Missio#
To serve the country and the world y producing topnotch, highly s%illed and technically
prepared nursing graduates who can meet the challenging needs of health and nursing anywhere in the
gloe ecause they are equipped with sound fundamentals in nursing education , professionally trained
and are imued with the right attitude towards nursing service necessary for the upliftment of human
conditions ravaged y physical, mental, moral and spiritual aggressions.
Visio#
The College of $ursing envisions itself as the hu of excellence in nursing education and a
prime producer of nursing graduates who y their rich academic preparation , deep and thorough field
experience and values-ased training can very well contriute to freeing men from the ruinous
affliction of diseases and ill-health therey allowing the to live a healthier, happier life.
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The enshrined goal of the College of $ursing is to help alleviate the physical, mental, and
spiritual infirmities suffered y men due to the devastating onslaught of diseases y producing highly
s%illed, values-ased and professionally honed nursing graduates who shall provide active partnership
in the aatement of the afflictions that despoil man&s dominion.
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Course Title. Philosophy of /an
Course 0escription. Philosophical inquiry into man as person and existent eing in the world, with
emphasis on the 1ilipino in the context of his culture and society.
Credit (nits. 2 units
Placement. B)$ 3, 3
st
semester of -)#* Curriculum as a prerequisite su"ect for
professional nursing su"ect.
'"ectives. -t the end of the course, the student will ale to.
3. Reali!e the nature of philosophy and philosophical inquiry.
4. -cquire a holistic understanding aout man and his existence in the world.
2. )how concern aout values. man&s truth, freedom, relations with 5od and others, and
death.
6. Become oriented towards a constant philosophical evaluation of man.
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3. 7ntroduction
/eaning of Philosophy
'rigin of Philosophy
8ho are Philosophers9
33. $ature of Philosophy
0efinition of Philosophy
Branches of Philosophy
The 7mportance of Philosophy
The $ature of Philosophical 7nquiry
Philosophy 7n a Crisis )ituation
Classical and Contemporary Philosophies
)elected Political and )ocial Philosophies
The 8orld&s 5reatest Philosophers
Philosophy and a :8orld-;iew<
777. /an. #is $ature, 0evelopment and 0estiny
Concepts of /anagement
;arious Perspective -out /anagement
-8estern
-*astern
-/odern
/oral -ssumption of /an&s $ature
/an&s )earch for #appiness
/an as =nower
/an as 0ialogue
/an as ,over
/an as wor%er
/an. - Being-for-0eath
/an and #is *nvironment
/an and 5od
7;. ;alues
0efinition of ;alues
5eneral Characteristics of ;alues
/oral ;alues
The #ighest 5ood
The Philosophy of ;alues *ducation
Philippine ;alues
References.
3. -rdales, ;enancio B., I#tro)"ctor& Te*t to P$iloso%$&. 5reat Boo%s Trading, 7nc.,
/anila, 3>?@
4. 'rtigas, /ariano. I#tro)"ctio# to P$iloso%$&, )inag-Tala Pulishing, 7nc., /anila,
3>?6
2. Bau!on, Priscillano A. H(#)+oo, i# Soci(l M(#. $at&l Boo% )tore, /andaluyong
City, 4BB4
6. Cru!, Cora!on ,. P$iloso%$& o! M(#, 2
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*d., $at&l Boo% )tore, /andaluyong City,
3>>C
C. 0u%a, Cecilio 0. P$iloso%$& o! E)"c(tio#. Rex Boo% )tore, /anila, 3>>>
D. 0y, /anuel B. P$iloso%$& o! M(#. 5oodwill Trading, Co., 7nc., 4BB3
@. 0y, /anuel B. Co#tem%or(r& Soci(l P$iloso%$&. A/C Press, 7nc., Eue!on City,
3>>6
?. *dwardo )teven 0. P$iloso%$& o! N"rsi#- A# I#tro)"ctio#, Palgrave )t., /artins
Press, $ew +or%.
>. *leva!o, -urelio 0. P$iloso%$& o! P$ili%%i#e E)"c(tio#. $at&l Boo% )tore, /anila
3>>C.
3B. /inton, -rthur A. F Thomas 0. )hip%a. P$iloso%$&: P(r()o* (#) .isco/er&
33. /ontemayor, 1elix /. I#tro)"ctio# to P$iloso%$& T$ro"$ t$e P$iloso%$& o!
M(#. $at&l. Boo% )tore, /anila, 3>>C.
*nglish 77
Course 0escription.
This course is designed to improve *nglish rpfociency of college students y learning the critical
grammatical structures necessary for communication functions.
Credit (nits. 2 units
Course '"ectives.
to provide adequate vocaulary for communicating and learning
to familiari!e students with the critical grammatical structure necessary for communication
function such as narrating, descriing and giving directions
to develop the aility to recogni!e grammatical relationship etween words, group of words and
sentences within the discourse level.
To equip students with the s%ills and %nowledge in oth oral and written.
Course Content.
3. 8riting Process
4. Types of 8riting
2. Theme 8riting
6. 7mportance of -dequate ;ocacaGulary
C. =inds of )entences
D. *ffective )entences
@. The Paragraph
?. ,etter 8riting
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3. lecture discussion
4. condtruct and analy!e sentence
2. oardwor%
6. active participation
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0r. ,inda Bascara, Bac% to *ngliush Basic, Rex Boo%store 7nc.
Prof. 0oreas /. -vila et al.m Communication -rts in the 7nformation age. /egaprints,
;alen!uela City, 4BB3.
COURSE SYLLABUS
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Collee Ale+r(
LEVEL 1,1ST Semester
COURSE .ESCRIPTION:
T$is co"rse (ims to %ro/i)e t$e st")e#ts t$e com%lete re/ie0 o! eleme#t(r& (le+r( (#) com%lete
)isc"ssio# o! i#terme)i(te (le+r( its +(sic )isc"ssio# o! t$e #"m+er s&stem o! (le+r( (#) 0it$
com%lete #e0 sets o! e*ercises (t t$e e#) o! e(c$ to%ics-
COURSE OB1ECTIVES:
1- To m(#i!est "#)erst(#)i# o! lelem#et(r& (#) i#terme)i(te0 (le+r(
2- to )emo#str(te ,#o0le)e (#) s,ill rel(te) to %ol&#omi(ls, r(tio#(l e*%ressio#s, r()ic(l
(#) e3"(tio#s-
4- To le(r# t$e +(si s,ill i# (le+r(ic m(#i%"l(tio# !or /er& selecte) (#) r()e) e*ercises-
COURSE CONTENT:
1- Re/ie0 o! Eleme#t(r& Ale+r(
2- Li#e(r E3"(tio#s
4- Ale+r(ic E*%ressio#s
5- R(tio#(l E*%ressio#s
6- E*%o#e#ts (#) R()ic(ls
TEACHIN' SRTATE'Y
3. lecture discussion
4. condtruct and analy!e sentence
2. oardwor%
6. active participation
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Paul R. Rider. College -lgera. Revised *dition Copyright 3>D@
-suncion C. /ercado 0el Rosario, College -lgera, Copyright, 3>>D.
'livia $. Bu!on, -dvanced algera, )alesiana Pulishers, 4BB2.
1ernando B. 'rines, -dvanced -lgera, ;ial Pulishing 7nc., 4BB2.
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Course 0escription.
This is an integrated lecture laoratory course desiugned as a preparatory course for a higher chemistry
course ta%en as prerequisite su"ect.
This course covers the history of chemistry, the fundamental theories and laws accompanied y an
application of prolem solving and asic concepts of chemistry dealing with the forms, structures,
changes, and properties of matter.
Credit (nits.
C units I 2 units lecture and 4 units laoratoryJ
Course '"ectives.
To relate the application of different chemical phenomena in different fields such as health,
industries, environment and others.
To analy!e critically a real or theoretical and apply chemical principles in proposing solutions to
the prolem
To develop s%ills in collecting data, interpreting data, forming hypothesis, and generating
explanations, analy!ing error, and understanding limitations of experience.
Course Content.
7. T#* $-T(R* '1 )C7*$C*
3. )cience and )cientific /ethod
4. /easurements
2. )cientific (nitsK 1actor ,ael /ethod
6. 0ensity
C. Temperature
D. /atter and *nergy
@. chemical vs chemical change
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3. dalton&s theory
4. ohr theory
2. modern atomic theory
6. periodic tale
C. electronic structure of atoms
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3. ionic onding
4. covalent onding
2. inorganic nomenclature
6. molecular shapes
C. electronegativity
D. polar vs nonpolar
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3. mole concept
4. stoichiometryK theortical model
2. types of reactions
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3. gas laws
4. intermolecular forces
2. liquids
6. solids
C. changes of stateK energy relationships
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3. Concentration Terms. /, m, ;Kv, L
4. )oluility
2. 0ispersions and )uspensions
6. Colligative Properties
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3. reaction rates
4. reaction profilesKmechanisms
2. catalysis
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3. equilirium constants
4. factors that affect equiliria
2. ,e Chatelier&s Principle
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3. definitions. -rrhenius, Bronstedt- ,owry, ,ewis
4. wea% versus strong
2. amphoterism
6. hydrolysis
C. neutrali!ation
D. p#
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3. radioactivity
4. half life
2. fission and fusion
6. nuclear energy
C. clinical applications
TEACHIN' SRTATE'Y
3. lecture discussion
4. construct and analy!e sentence
2. oard wor%
6. active participation
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8hitten, =enneth 8. et al., 5eneral Chemistry, @
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*d., Broo%sKCole, 4BBC.
/asterton, 8illiam ,., Chemistry. Principles and Reactions, C
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ed., Broo%sK Cole, 4BBC.
,ovett, Chip and Chang, Raymond, (nderstanding Chemisrty, /c5rwa #ill, 4BBC.
)lowins%i, *mil A., Chemical Principles, Broo%sK Cole, 4BBC.
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Pagasa at Pagsulat sa 7at 7ang 0isiplina
0es%ripsyon ng =urso.
-ng %ursong ito ay nagiigay sa pagasa at pagsulat ilang %asang%apan sa pag%atuto. Tatala%ayin sa
%ursong ito ang mga estratehiya sa pagasa sa iat iang genre sa mga te%stong na%asulat. ,ilinangin
din ang mga %asanayan sa pang unawa na %riti%al gayundin ang %asanayan sa pagsulat ng iat iang
sulating a%ademi%. /agiging atayang pa%sa ang u%ol sa humanidades, agham, panlipunan at
te%nolohiya,
Credi (nit. 2
L(&"#i# # 7"rso:
3. $aipaliliwanag ang papel na ginangampanan ng wi%a sa pag aaral at pag%a%atuto sa iat iang
disciplina
4. $asasai ang %ahalagahan sa pagasa at pagsulat sa pag aaral ng iat iang larangang a%demi%
2. $a%ilala ang %atangian at register o estilong pangwi%a ng mga asignaturang pinag aaralan
6. $a%ilala at nagagamit ang iat iang estratehiya sa pagasa at pagsulat ng mga a%demi%ong
te%sto.
NILALAMAN N' 7URSO:
3. -ng ,ipunan sa /a%auluhang =omuni%asyon
-ng Pag (nlad $g =omu%asyon. $oon at $gayon
=atangian at ,ayunin ng =omuni%asyon
(ri ng =omuni%asyon
=omuni%asyong Pantao
/ga Pangangailangan sa /aisang =omuni%asyon
4. -ng Papel ng 8i%a )a =omuni%asyon
=ahulugan at =ahalagahan ng 8i%a
=ahalagahan ng 8i%a sa Pag%atuto
-ng 8i%a sa /a%auluhang Pagasa
/ga %atotohanan u%ol sa 8i%a
5amit ng 8i%a
2. -ng -gham at )ining ng Pagasa
=ahulugan at =ahalagahan ng Pagasa
Bahagi at Proseso sa Pagasa
)ali% at Bahagdan sa Pagasa
(ri at Patnuay sa /a%auluhang Pagasa
6. -ng Pagasa at mga =onsepto ng =asanayan sa =omprehensyon
/ahalagang =onsepto ng Pagasa
/ga (ri ng pagasa
/ga -ntas ng Pag-iisip
Taxonomiya sa Pagasa
C. /ga =asanayan )a Pag (nawa
/ga #a%ang ng Pre-reading
/ga =asanayan sa Pag-unawa sa 5awaing Pre-reading
Pagtu%oy sa ,ayunin ng Te%sto
7a pang =asanayan sa Pag-unawa
D. /aagham at /asining na Pagsulat
=ahulugan ng Pagsulat
,ayunin sa 5awaing Pagsulat
=ahalagahan ng )ulating Pang-a%ademi%o sa /ag-aaral
Bahagdan sa =asanayan sa Pagsulat
=atangian at =autihan ng Pagsulat
Tung%ulin ng Pagsulat
@. Pagsulat na Te%ni%al
=ahulugan at =ahalagahan ng Pagsulat Te%ni%al
=ategorya sa Pagsulat Te%ni%al
Pangunahing Batayan ng *pe%tiong )ulating Te%ni%al
=araniwang Te%ni% na 5inagamit sa Pagsulat Te%ni%al
7stilo sa Pagsulat ng (lat at mga Te%ni% sa Paglalahad
Batayang )imulain para sa /ahusay na Pagsulat Te%ni%al
?. Pagasa at Pagsulat sa 0isiplina ng #umanidades
Batayang =aalaman at pangunahing =aisipan
/gaTerminolohiyang /ahalaga sa Pagsulat sa 0isiplinang #umanidades
>. Pagasa at Pagsulat sa 0isiplinang -gham Panlipunan at =asaysayan
Batayang =aalaman sa -gham Panlipunan at =asaysayan
/ga /ahalagang Terminolohiya Para sa /aisang Pagsulat sa 0isiplinang agham
Panlipunan at =asaysayan.
*stratehiya.
3. -%tiong Pa%i%ilaho% sa Tala%ayan
4. =ontroladong Pagsulat
2. /adulang Pagasa
6. Pag-uulat
C. Pagsulat ng )ulating Te%ni%al
M( S(#"#i(#:
3. Cru!, Cynthia, -ng Pagasa at Pagsulat sa -ntas 0aluhasaan, Boo%store atp, Pulishing
Corp. 4BB6.
4. 1arigas, $enita C. et.al. Pagasa at Pagsulat sa 7a&t iang 0isiplina, 5randwater Pulications
and Research, /a%ati City, 4BB3
2. Bernales, Rolando -. et al. Pagasa at Pagsulat sa 7a&t iang 0isiplina, /utya ng Pulishing
#ouse, ;alen!uela City, 4BB3.
SYLLABUS IN BIOCHEMISTRY
S"+8ect Title: Bioc$emistr&
)u"ect 0escription. The su"ect is intended for ,evel 77 nursing students for them to have a general
understanding of the essential nutrients such as carohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.
The su"ect also includes topics related to nucleotides, nucleic acids, en!ymes, hormones, metaolism
and nutrition.
'e#er(l O+8ecti/es: -t the end of semester, the students are expected to.
3. -pply the asic theories and concepts in the field of nursing study.
4. /anifest appreciation of the significance of iochemistry to nursing course, medecine,
pharmacy and other fieldM
2. -cquire experience in prolem solving to develop the scientific attitudeM
6. 0evelop attitudes and haits of the independent study in order to ecome a lifelong learner.
)u"ect Content
Li%i) C$emistr& S"+ To%ic Be$(/ior(l O+8ecti/es
,ipid Chemistry The Concept of )cience and
)cientific /ethod
To define what science and scientific
method are and e ale to apply its
principles in the field of nursing.
,ipid Chemistry 0efinition of Biochemistry To define the term Biochemistry and
e ale to list the different parameters
included in the study.
,ipid Chemistry The Cell To list important structures within and
external to the cell and e ale to %now
its functions and importance in
Biochemistry.
,ipid Chemistry /olecular and -tomic weights To differentiate molecular and atomic
weights and do some calculations
related to it.
,ipid Chemistry /illimoles, /illigrams and
/illi *quivalents
To do some conversion from
milligrams to millimoles and to relate
this to actual laoratory results.
,ipid Chemistry 0efinition and 7mportance of
Carohydrates
To e ale to define and acquire
%nowledge on the importance of
carohydrates.
,ipid Chemistry Classification of Carohydrates To e ale to classify carohydrates
and %now their importance.
,ipid Chemistry 0iaetes To acquire %nowledge on topics
associated.
,ipid Chemistry 8ith excess carohydrates in the ody
,ipid Chemistry Classifications of ,ipids To classify lipids and %now their
functions.
To descrie the ody sources of
cholesterol, its main function in the
ody and its limited homeostatic
control.
1atty acids To give examples of various saturated
and unsaturated fatty acids.
Protein and -mino -cids
Chemistry
0efinition, 7mportance and
structure of Proteins
(nderstand the three dimensional
structure of proteins.
Plasma and serum proteins ,ist five serum proteins and their
physiologic functions.
0iseases -ssociated with
deficiency and excess proteins
in the ody.
,ist different diseases or disorders
associated with the deficiency and
excess protein in the ody.
;itamins and /inerals 8ater )olule and fat solule
vitamins
To e ale to classify ;itamins into
two road categories and e ale to
give their common names and
importance. To identify disorders
associated with deficiency in water
solule and fat solule vitamins.
/inerals and trace elements 0escrie the physiologic functions of
macrominerals and how its plasma
concentration is regulated closely.
To e ale name the trace elements and
descrie their physiologic functions.
*n!ymes $ature of *n!ymes 0escrie the different factors affecting
the velocity of en!yme reaction. To e
ale to discuss why the measurement
of a numer of serum en!ymes is
clinically useful.
Clinical (sage of *n!ymes 0iscuss which en!ymes and or
isoen!ymes are useful in the diagnosis
of myocardial infarction, liver disease
and acute pancreatitis.
/etaolism Carohydrate, lipid and protein
metaolism
#ormones 1unctions of #ormones 0escrie the functions of #ormones
and give example of five different
types of stimuli that results in the
secretion of at least one hormones.
0escrie the different groups of
hormones and explain their actions.
-nterior and posterior Pituitary
#ormones
Thyroid #ormones
-drenocortical hormones
)ex #ormones
Parathyroid #ormones
Pancreatic hormones
Basic $utrition $utrition To relate carohydrate, lipid and
Protein Chemistry and metaolism to
$utrition.
0ietetics